Assistant Inspector General for Investigations

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The Office of Inspector General (OIG) of the Architect of the Capitol (AOC) heads an independent and objective organization responsible for audit, investigation, and inspection and evaluation related to programs and operations of the AOC. The OIG provides leadership and coordination and recommends policies for activities designed to promote economy, efficiency, and effectiveness in the administration of programs and operations, as well as to prevent and detect fraud, waste and abuse.

Law enforcement retirement is available; law enforcement availability pay is not.

As the Assistant Inspector General for Investigations (AIGI), you will manage day-to-day direction, supervision, and oversight of the Investigations Division, which includes the following:

Supervision and Management:

Supervise a group of employees performing work at the GS-14 and below. Provide administrative and technical supervision necessary for accomplishing the work of the Investigations Division.

Assign duties and evaluate performance. Develop performance requirements for subordinates and ensure a mutual understanding of the performance standards.

Resolve complaints and grievances and foster a culture of learning, sharing, cooperation and teamwork that improves efficiency and effectiveness throughout the organization.

Provide leadership to ensure support for equal employment opportunity (EEO) goals and requirements. Practice non-discriminatory and non-retaliatory employment actions and prevents unlawful discrimination or harassment based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, age or disability.

Perform excellent interpersonal skills necessary to interact with AOC staff, senior staff, officials from other agencies, Congress and the general public.

Demonstrate skill in developing and delivering oral and written presentations as well as making recommendations on management issues in concise and convincing language.

Compiles statistics and other evaluative data to measure operational and investigative effectiveness and results. Continuously reexamines strategy, trends and personnel requirements in order to make recommendations to senior OIG staff regarding the appropriate allocation of resources within the Division. Conducts management oversight to ensure compliance with Division policies and procedures.

Fraud, Waste and Abuse Investigations:

Provide oversight, supervision and direction to subordinate special agents involved with allegations of fraud, waste and abuse related to management practices, operational performance and safety issues, budgeting, accounting and contracting practices.

Conduct exceptionally sensitive investigations. Review and approve investigative plans for referral. Communicate actions and seek advice and input on referrals and/or investigative plans with senior OIG staff.

Direct criminal and administrative investigations concerned with independent individuals or small, local groups of individuals suspected of committing crimes on Federal property.

Program Administration and Reporting:

Develop reports and statistical data to track and direct program actions and oversight activities to assess productivity and performance in response to Congressional and AOC inquiries and/or public interest.

Provide detailed performance and productivity data for the OIG Semiannual Report to Congress and as required for other reports and issues.

Maintain liaison and advisory relationships with AOC managers, Congressional Staff, as well as with the Council of the Inspector Generals on Integrity and Efficiency (CIGIE) and its committees as applicable.

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